Sanjay Gadhvi, who directed the blockbuster movies Dhoom and Dhoom 2, among others, departed from this life on Sunday. His age was fifty-seven. While sipping tea at home on Sunday morning at around 8.45 a.m., Sanjay Gadhvi unexpectedly collapsed to the ground and passed away from a heart attack.
In the Andheri neighborhood, Sanjay Gadhvi resided in the same building called “Green Acres” as Sridevi.
Dhoom Director lost consciousness at home and was rushed to Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital in Andheri, where the medical staff pronounced him dead. Sanjay Gadhbi’s body is currently being treated at a hospital.
When it comes to Sanjay’s body of work, “Tere Liye,” a 2000 release, marked the beginning of his directing career. The movie received little attention. This movie was once known as “Tu Hi Bata,” starring Arjun Rampal and Raveena Tandon in the key parts. The film, though, was stuck. In 2004, Sanjay Gadhvi became well-known for the first time. The action thriller Dhoom was directed by him. Stars from the movie Dhoom included John Abraham, Abhishek Bachchan, Esha Deol, Rimi Sen, and Uday Chopra. Dhoom was an enormously popular film.
In addition, Sanjay directed the films Kidnap, starring Imran Khan, and Dhoom 2. In addition, Sanjay directed “Ajab Ghajab Love” in 2012. In addition, he directed the movie “Operation Parindey.” 2020 saw the release of this movie.